Gang Quizzes 4, 5, 6

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QUESTION 1

Population demographics do not influence gang proliferation.

 

 QUESTION 2

Fear of gang retaliation affects the public.

 

QUESTION 3

Poverty can affect violence and crime rates.

 

QUESTION 4

The media has no affect on spreading the gang culture.

 

QUESTION 5

Gang migration is a factor that influences the spread of U.S. gang violence.

 

QUESTION 6

Guns have become the primary weapon used by gang members.

 

QUESTION 7

The CDC has listed “violence” as a major cause of youth deaths.

 

 QUESTION 8

U.S. Hybrid gangs have broken the ethnic and gender membership barrier.

 

QUESTION 9

The American cycle of violence can be traced back to colonial America.

 

QUESTION 10

Gang members only come from the lower social economic neighborhoods.

 

QUESTION 1

Indoctrination into a generational gang can begin at home.

 

QUESTION 2

Generational gangs contain the same type of membership as any street gang.

 

QUESTION 3

According to Hill, Lui and Hawkins (2001) individual risk factors do not include early marijuana and alcohol use.

 

QUESTION 4

Generational  gang membership rarely, if ever, last a lifetime.

 

QUESTION 5

“Tradition” according to researcher Jankowski can have an influence in generational street gangs.

 

QUESTION 6

Culture is not an important factor in understanding Latino street gangs.

 

QUESTION 7

Generational Hispanic gang members consider themselves as the policemen of their neighborhoods.

 

QUESTION 8

Generational Hispanic street gangs are not turf oriented.

 

QUESTION 9

Generational Hispanic street gangs are closely tied to their neighborhood.

 

QUESTION 10

The more risk factors a youth has, according to Hill, Lui and Hawkins(2001) the greater chance for longer gang involvement.

 

QUESTION 1

A person is emotional and psychologically mature when they reach the age of 18 years.

 

QUESTION 2

A gang mantra has become “the more you fear me, the more you respect me.”

 

QUESTION 3

Culture is not an important factor in understanding the maturation process.

 

QUESTION 4

Family structure does not play a role in the maturation process.

 

QUESTION 5

According to the reading, violence can be examined from three perspectives, the doer, victim and witness.

 

QUESTION 6

As a child develops his social identity, friends tend to become more important than parents.

 

QUESTION 7

A risk factor that increases the chance of joining a street gang can be a single parent home according to Hill, Lui and Hawkins (2001).

 

QUESTION 8

Exposure to violence does not effect a child’s psychological and emotional development.

 

QUESTION 9

Hormones play a role in brain maturation.

 

QUESTION 10

Poverty can dictate where a person can live and can influence the maturation process.